Do Your Sleep Issues Mean You Need A Home Sleep Study?

home sleep studyDo you often feel exhausted during the day, and suffer from chronic snoring too? If so, this could be related to a serious concern known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). In order to curb your snoring and provide relief from sleep apnea symptoms, you may need treatment. Fortunately, your Olathe, KS, dentists can assess your risk with a simple and convenient home sleep study.

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Helping Children Avoid Cavities

child with a cavityChildren need care both at their home and in our office to prevent the onset of tooth decay. Otherwise, a cavity could mean tooth sensitivity and toothaches, as well as an increased risk of infection and premature tooth loss! In today’s blog, your Olathe, KS, dentists will explain what needs to be done to protect little smiles from decay. We’ll also look at two unique preventive treatments.

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The Importance Of Managing Gum Disease

managing gum diseaseA lack of proper oral hygiene and other factors could not only increase the risk of oral health issues for your teeth, but your gums as well! While Centers for Disease Control (CDC) studies show half of adults over the age of 30 have periodontal disease, often routine care at home and in our office can help prevent the disease, or manage it successfully. In today’s blog, your Olathe, KS, dentist looks at how we improve your gum health.

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Diagnosing Your Sleep With a Home Study

sleep studyIf you have trouble sleeping, or experience daytime drowsiness regularly despite feeling like you rested the night before, you could be suffering from obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Fortunately, we can perform a diagnosis to see if you need treatment, and your diagnosis doesn’t rely on trying to rest in an uncomfortable lab setting. Instead, we offer our Olathe, KS, patients access to a convenient home sleep study.

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Repairing Tooth Decay In One Visit

Cavities can impact people of all ages. Even if we brush and floss, there is still the risk of cavities forming as only 1% to 2% of the population are immune to dental caries. So, what happens when you develop a cavity? For people with tooth decay, your Olathe, KS, dentist can offer treatment in a single visit with tooth-colored dental fillings.

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